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But getting off topic...
 
But getting off topic...
   
I am fascinated by you last message. You do realize that this name format extends '''far beyond''' product listings?
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I am fascinated by you last message. You do realize that this name format extends '''far beyond''' product listings? And you do realize whatever Takara Tomy releases the name they use, in any format, is the official name across all franchises. You disregarding it for only product listing is nonsensical. There's not other naming source. Just because you string the parts names together doesn't mean that '''that's''' the true official name.
   
Takara Tomy has been plastering this name format every where! It's used in Japanese Beyblade Burst video games; it's used in the Japanese manga in the character profiles; It's used in the character pages on the [https://www.beyblade.jp/ official Japanese Beyblade anime site] for the character's Bey(s) (Like [https://www.beyblade.jp/character/hyuga/ Hyuga's page]). Even the hosts in Takara Tomy product promotion videos announce the Bey's names using this format!
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Takara Tomy makes sure that their name format is used every where! It's used in Japanese Beyblade Burst video games; it's used in the Japanese manga in the character profiles; It's used in the character pages on the [https://www.beyblade.jp/ official Japanese Beyblade anime site] for the character's Bey(s) (Like [https://www.beyblade.jp/character/hyuga/ Hyuga's page]). Even the hosts in Takara Tomy product promotion videos announce the Bey's names using this format!
   
 
Takara Tomy made sure to that all franchises utilize this Beyblade name format (katakana and all) in everything from paperback advertising to commercials and product promotions (even the instruction sheets and beycode cards included in product packaging). And they make a clear distinction between the pronunciations of the part's full name and their abbreviation.
 
Takara Tomy made sure to that all franchises utilize this Beyblade name format (katakana and all) in everything from paperback advertising to commercials and product promotions (even the instruction sheets and beycode cards included in product packaging). And they make a clear distinction between the pronunciations of the part's full name and their abbreviation.

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...We both know that's bunk, right? I mean...c'mon. And reporting me for "vandalism"? ...Right. ( ̄ー ̄ )

But getting off topic...

I am fascinated by you last message. You do realize that this name format extends far beyond product listings? And you do realize whatever Takara Tomy releases the name they use, in any format, is the official name across all franchises. You disregarding it for only product listing is nonsensical. There's not other naming source. Just because you string the parts names together doesn't mean that that's the true official name.

Takara Tomy makes sure that their name format is used every where! It's used in Japanese Beyblade Burst video games; it's used in the Japanese manga in the character profiles; It's used in the character pages on the official Japanese Beyblade anime site for the character's Bey(s) (Like Hyuga's page). Even the hosts in Takara Tomy product promotion videos announce the Bey's names using this format!

Takara Tomy made sure to that all franchises utilize this Beyblade name format (katakana and all) in everything from paperback advertising to commercials and product promotions (even the instruction sheets and beycode cards included in product packaging). And they make a clear distinction between the pronunciations of the part's full name and their abbreviation.

Hell, even Hasbro uses code names in their products. (Ever read the product descriptions on their pages? They don't use parts names, they use their code names just like Takara Tomy.) (゚⊿゚)

So with all these facts and references, you really can't expect me to believe that last msg. I get that some editors are attached to articles, but if something needs correcting, then we should correct it using facts not preference. That's all I say'n.

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